Founder of Powderchasers has chased the deep for over 40 years. Steve first chased while living in New England. He loved snow from an early age and eventually learned to ski at age 3 at Bromley Mountain.
While Steve preferred the old days of calling front desks for a pre dawn snow report, he jumped on the bandwagon of the web once information became public.
Steve began snowboarding as early as 1982 when most resorts still didn't allow the sport. Steve rarely misses first chair.
When asked what his favorite resort is, replies “Wherever it’s snowing”. Steve also can be found at Opensnow.com (Chase powder forecast), and a part time contributor for Teton Gravity Research.
Steve's average snowfall per season often exceeds 700 inches in only 20-25 days on the slopes and sometimes for just 2 or 3 deep runs before focusing on his full-time career.
Clay began skiing in the mountains of Colorado at just 3 years old, quickly becoming an avid powder chaser and always trying to score the deepest snow. His love for skiing led him to fall in love with snow and forecasting, a passion that began with bugging his family the night before a powder day to get up early to now studying atmospheric science (specializing in mountain meteorology) at Cornell University.
This passion now fuels his obsession for the best possible snow forecast, guiding fellow powder enthusiasts towards bottomless powder and face shots.
Clay works at Powderchasers as a forecaster, writing several blog posts a week as well as 1:1 powder consultation through our concierge program.
Blake loves untracked snow. He grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. Prior to senior year of high school, snowboard trips to Tahoe were done with family and friends roughly 2 to 3 times each winter.
His first true powder day was that senior year of high school and from that point on, he knew his life needed to move to a land of colder temps and higher elevations.
A few years later Blake met Steve in Boulder and the rest is history.
Powderchaser Paul joins us as the Brand Manager. Paul will help us expand the reach of Powderchasers to our global audience. Paul brings his love of fresh powder and 20+ years of industry experience from the sales and marketing side of a major North-East ski resort.
As the Brand Manager, Paul's main focus will be creating a lasting impression among the ski and snow boarding community, assisting with product development, introducing new advertisers and sponsors to Powderchasers and overseeing media actions.
Paul is known for his last-minute powder trips to Utah and can be found cruising the slopes of Park City with his daughter and Powderchaser Steve. During the off-season Paul loves to waterski, fish and mountain bike at his home base on Cape Cod.
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Powderchasers welcomes Meredith Brynn to the team as our Digital Strategy Coordinator. Meredith is an integral part of our marketing and branding department. Her main focus will be: public relations, corporate communications, market research, expanding our presence on Instagram and developing relationships with advertisers and skiing influencers.
Though new to the ski industry, Meredith brings with her a diverse background in public relations and media. Meredith previously worked as a Digital Strategist at a large advertising agency where her team provided innovative solutions to common communication issues. Merediths' focus was on social media strategies, media relations and integrated marketing communications.
Being based out of the East Coast, Meredith does not see a lot of snow, but she does not let that interfere with her love for fresh powder. As her schedule permits, she finds her way to Park City to enjoy the wide open slopes. When she is not skiing, Meredith enjoys horseback riding, sailing and time on Cape Cod with her family and friends.
Hi, I am Olaf and I love deep powder to hide in. I was rescued as a stray from the hills of Texas by the Powderchasers.
We combine 35 years of experience forecasting and chasing powder to provide forecasts that help you find the deepest snow.
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